The World of Tuberculosis – Dr. Barun Mathema (Part 2)

Tuberculosis is an extremely contagious disease that currently infects a third of the world’s population. It also disproportionately affects the poverty-stricken, the socially discriminated, and the already health-compromised in every nation and especially in under-developed nations. How we begin to address this health disparity, and how can citizens across the world get involved? In a

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The World of Tuberculosis – Dr. Mathema (Part I)

How can we see tuberculosis from a global perspective, and what can it teach us about global health in terms of disease treatment, research, and international collaboration? In a two-part podcast series, Dr. Barun Mathema, an infectious disease epidemiologist and professor at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, explores the complexities of tuberculosis and

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